Police in Tenby have launched a full scale search for 25 year old Caldicot
man James Nutley, who disappeared during a golfing holiday. Mr Nutley
had been on a night out in the town with friends and had parted from the
group at about midnight on Sunday October 24. He has not been seen since.
Relatives have gone to Tenby to help in the search.
Caldicot Comprehensive School was evacuated when a fire was deliberately
started in the boys’ toilets of the school’s Grayhill block.
A pupils who was in the toilet at the time was trapped by smoke but was
able to call the fire brigade on his mobile phone. The brigade was also
alerted by a call from the school. The boy was rescued by fire- fighters
and taken to hospital for checks. Police are investigating the incident.
Mrs Susan Gwyer-Roberts, headteacher, issued a statement to parents reassuring
them that the school’s fire procedure had worked well and that staff
and pupils had acted appropriately throughout the incident.
Councillor James Harris has announced his resignation from Caldicot town
council in order to devote more time to his role as a newly-elected county
MAN TO APPEAL
A Caldicot man who was sentenced to life imprisonment in December 2002
after being convicted of murdering his baby son has been granted permission
to appeal against his sentence. The move follows the discrediting of evidence
given by Professor Roy Meadow in other cases.
<< September 2004
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